DENVER MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE EMBRACES 3D AUGMENTED REALITY TO EDUCATE AND ENTERTAIN

 

Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) chooses Augmented Reality, a cutting-edge technology to engage, educate and entertain children and adults in a new way. Developed by INDE, launched at the museum in mid-November, this interactive large-screen experience will be immersing visitors in a unique digital environment by surrounding them with photo-realistic 3D characters.

Traveller, INDE’s multi-award winning AR experience for large-screens, featuring a T-Rex, a NASA astronaut, a rhino and other amazing natural world content, keeps everyone captivated from the second they see it. Originally created for National Geographic, the system has been installed in over 40 countries and continues to wow audiences across the planet.

With great crowd engagement and social sharing support, BroadcastAR provides a next-generation edutainment platform and a unique media space, instantly capturing the attention of thousands in any education, entertainment, retail or event space worldwide.

INDE's 3D rhino walking the museum floor at DMNS

INDE's 3D rhino walking the museum floor at DMNS

UK company INDE has already put life-sized digital dinosaurs, whales and jaguars into museums, zoos and shopping centres worldwide. The company has offices and representation in London, Budapest, New York, Sydney, Hong Kong and mainland China.

Since 2011 INDE has built AR systems worldwide for clients such as National Geographic, Smithsonian Institution, Beijing Aquarium, Universal Studios, BBC, 20th Century Fox and Coca-Cola.

 

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